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Readers’ letters - April 21

We’re heading back to the bad old days of Cold War

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Should the over 70s be required to undergo testing before being allowed to stay on the road? A correspondent disagrees

Readers’ letters - April 20

Vendetta against the elderly continues behind the wheel

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There is now a shortage of doctors and nurses and changes to the NHS is making things worse says a correspondent

Readers’ letters - April 18

Private firms given contracts while NHS is being eroded

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A reader says people should take personal responsibility for their actions

Readers’ letters - April 19

People should be more responsible for their actions

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A special tax band where money goes towards the NHS and care in old age should be introduced says a correspondent

Readers’ letters - April 17

Do the right thing and be the Party for many, not few

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Are self-drive cars the future  or will they be a menace on our roads? See letter

Readers’ letters - April 13

Self-drive cars are sign of all that’s wrong in society

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Baked potatoes now apparently put us at risk from heart disease, says Clifford Chambers, who is fed up with conflicting advice

Reader’s letters - April 12

I’m simply fed up of this recipe for utter confusion

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America launched airstrikes against Syria

Readers’ letters - April 13

Conflict is not a computer game President Trump

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn takes part in a cooking session as he visits a childrens holiday club in Lancashire. Labour has proposed free school meals for all primary schools  which will be funded by VAT on private school fees

Readers’ letters - April 10

Free school meals for all would subsidise middle class

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Readers’ letters - April 7

Readers’ letters - April 7

Maryland’s decision to ban fracking based on science

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Readers’ letters - April 6

Readers’ letters - April 6

Cruel and unnecessary Grand National should be banned

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A correspondent says so many laws have been passed on a whim rather than after serious debate

Readers’ letters - April 4

Debate arming police but don’t pass law on a whim

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Britains former Prime Minister David Cameron was not a coward says a correspondent. See letter

Readers’ letters - April 3

Ex-PM was no coward – he had too much confidence

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European Council President Donald Tusk with the letter from British Prime Minister Theresa May, invoking Article 50 of the blocs key treaty, the formal start of exit negotiations

Readers’ letters - March 31

Facing the risks of UK’s massive Brexit gamble

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Readers’ letters - March 30

Readers’ letters - March 30

Can anyone be trusted to protect British countryside?

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Readers’ letters - March 29

Readers’ letters - March 29

Following the death of Sinn Fein’s Martin McGuinness and the contribution made by a number of people in bringing peace to Northern Ireland, one person’s contribution is noticeably missing – that of Mo Mowlam, the late Northern Ireland Secretary.

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Readers’ letters - March 28

Readers’ letters - March 28

I read with a mix of interest and bemusement about the “success” of the guided busway service (Wigan Post, March 22).

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Cuts have led to a rise in anti-social behaviour says a correspondent. Do you agree?

Readers’ letters - March 28

Regarding anti-social behaviour, there is one answer to deal with it more effectively and that is restoring the police budget.

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Readers’ letters - March 24

Readers’ letters - March 24

There’s no upside for the Scots if they leave Britain

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Should Scottish people living elsewhere be allowed to vote in the Scottish referendum?

Readers’ letters - March 22

As an ex-pat Scot, I should be allowed to vote in referendum

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